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Canon
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Canon EOS 5D Mark II
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10/1 second
Aperture
F/22.0
Focal Length
17 mm
ISO Speed
50
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Nov 3, 2009, 2:45:12 PM
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Swirly McLean by CainPascoe Swirly McLean by CainPascoe
McLean Falls, Catlins, New Zealand.

After taking a shot from a different spot i decided to change my composition to include more swirlys:D

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:iconmattlauder:
MattLauder Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2009
Nice stuff Cain.. looks like your 17 - 40mm is also a bit soft at 17mm on edges like mine. Wonder how the 16-35mm would go.
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DrewHopper Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2009  Professional Photographer
Hougaard uses the 16-35mm and he reckons it's rather soft at the edges as well.
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MattLauder Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2009
yea I think it is unavoidable. Oh well if you got a 16-35mm Mk II atleast you know you have the best and everyone else in is the same boat.
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DrewHopper Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2009  Professional Photographer
It's still the lens I want when I switch to the 5D Mark II. I've seen some wonderful images with that combination.
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CainPascoe Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2009  Professional Photographer
Thanks Matt:) Sharpness seems to fall off around the edges @ F/16 onwards... i find F/11 to F/14 is where it performs best. What i find more disturbing though is the distortion @ 17mm, i haven't been able to stitch a decent panorama with an obvious horizontal line yet:(
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MattLauder Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2009
Yea I think with the wide angles it is a trade off and in certain images it is more evident. I tend to shoot around f13. I have stitched with the camera at 17mm and it worked fine. When shooting to stitch you should be doing a 50% overlap not just for sharp image capture but also for any fall off issues as well. Also with wide angles watch lowering the lens down as well as you will get barreling too and this will hurt your panoramic especially on a seascape horizon.
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FlorinALF Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2009
excellent work my friend :wow:
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CainPascoe Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2009  Professional Photographer
thanks man:)
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FlorinALF Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2009
My pleasure dear friend :wave:
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andyjimmy Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2009
Really love the intense greens and crisp whites; natural or post? Happy if you prefer to keep it a secret ;)
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